Hayley Couper
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Hayley Couper

Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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"Ships in the Night" EP (2009)
"One Hundred" acoustic track on Amplified Tasmania CD (2009)
All released tracks have been played on high rotation on Tasmanian radio.



Hayley Couper has achieved a lot since her home-recorded, acoustic version of 'One Hundred' was featured on the ‘Amplified’ 2009 CD, a compilation album of Tasmania’s best talent, compiled by local and interstate industry professionals.

Highlights that followed include being selected by a group of industry peers to perform to massive crowds at both the Falls Festival 09/10 and at the Tasmanian Beer Festival in November. Hayley's live set from the Falls Festival was recorded and broadcast statewide on Edge Radio 99.3fm.

Hayley’s first EP, “Ships in the Night” was launched in late 2009, to a 300+ capacity crowd at Hobart's Republic Bar. It has since been played on high rotation on Tasmanian statewide community radio and was selected as an “Edge Radio” recommends CD.

Playing regular shows in Tasmania, Hayley Couper has gained a strong and loyal following, her shows are enchanting, yet rocking, Hayley’ songs are believable and memorable. After being encouraged to tour by artists she has supported, Hayley and her band are in the process of organizing a 2010 tour to promote “Ships in the Night” interstate with their exciting live shows.

Hayley has supported great artists in the past such as: The Panics, Ash Grunwald, Tim Rogers & Tex Perkins, Mihirangi Xavier Rudd, Ian Moss, Mia Dyson, Angie Hart and Tim Freedman.

“Whether alone with her guitar, or backed by her talented supporting band, Hayley Couper leaves the audience intoxicated and swimming madly amongst some of the darkest, sweetest melodies imaginable. What sets Hayley apart, is the conviction in her voice. There is never a moment of wondering if the songs are purely for show, Hayley is as real as it gets. ” (Jarrod Lowe, SAUCE Magazine, December 2009)